Cases Spike, Scurlock Autopsy Outcry, Janicek Feels Bullied and More Top Local News for Monday, June 29

6/26/20 • Day 5 of Phase III • Nationwide case trends

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Good morning,
Today we have stories of COVID-19 cases in the state increasing after weeks of decline, community leaders sounding off on announced changes to policing and Chris Janicek saying he feels bullied by state leaders and citizens calling on him to exit the race for U.S. Senate.

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What to do during quarantine?

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The Little Free Library

This is a nonprofit that promotes neighborhood book exchanges with titles for kids as well as adults. All for free. Find one in your neighborhood.

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